Gearhouse to enter CABSAT with fresh SI approach

Broadcast solutions provider now in tenth year of having permanent Middle East presence
Al Jazeera's temporary studio installation was completed by Gearhouse Broadcast
Al Jazeera's temporary studio installation was completed by Gearhouse Broadcast

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Gearhouse Broadcast, a supplier of specialist broadcast solutions, will be exhibiting at CABSAT. Its Systems Integration team will be present in hall 2, on stand D2-40 to discuss a wide range of projects in the region.

Having had a permanent presence in the Middle East since 2008, when it officially opened its Doha office, Gearhouse Broadcast can manage projects locally, and from its headquarters in the UK. By using the scale, infrastructure, global success and financial security of Gearhouse’s worldwide business, the systems integration team can be more flexible than traditional systems integration vendors, both operationally and commercially.

Gearhouse Broadcast also offers services including project solutions, outside broadcast, equipment rental, equipment sales and events communication to broadcasters, production companies and rights holders worldwide.

Clients within the Middle East include Al Jazeera and Al Rayyan, and its also involved in the implementation of broadcast infrastructures in many of the new venues being constructed in the region. These include the recent cable and control room installations at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium for Al-Sadd Sports Club and at the Thani bin Jassim Stadium for the Al-Gharafa Sports Club.

Martin Paskin, systems integration manager, Gearhouse Broadcast, said: “CABSAT is an important show for the media industry, and it gives us a great opportunity to meet with customers, as well as local vendors, distributors and consultants and directly highlight the benefits of working with us.

“From consultancy to planning, engineering, project management, design, installation, commissioning, training, maintenance and aftercare support, we cover every aspect of systems implementation.”

Gearhouse Broadcast’s systems integration team has extensive experience of integrating the latest broadcast infrastructures within OB trucks, studios, news and sports facilities, venues and stadiums as well as houses of worship and educational institutions.

Long-established relationships with leading manufacturers give it the ability to embrace new technologies such as IP and 4K. It’s also able to call on in-house heritage and expertise in other areas such as special temporary installations, sales and rental of broadcast equipment, and its specialist Gearhouse Actis RF division, to work on a more diverse range of projects.

 

 

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